Filmmaker Ricardo Trogi recalls the events surrounding his family moving to a new neighborhood when he was 11-years-old.
This is one of the 14 of a 14 DVD/CD box. All the Top 80'S hit songs video clips. Tracklist 1 –Anita Meyer Why Tell Me Why 2 –Bucks Fizz Making Your Mind Up 3 –Alvin Stardust Pretend 4 –Ultravox Vienna 5 –Champaign How 'Bout Us 6 –Kim Wilde Cambodia 7 –Yarbrough & Peoples Don't Stop The Music 8 –Grace Jones I've Seen That Face Before (Libertango) 9 –Lio Amoureux Solitaires 10 –Viola Wills If You Could Read My Mind 11 –Max Werner Rain In May 12 –Shakin' Stevens You Drive Me Crazy 13 –Tenpole Tudor Wunderbar 14 –Soft Cell Tainted Love 15 –Level 42 Love Games 16 –Adam And The Ants Stand And Deliver 17 –REO Speedwagon Keep On Loving You 18 –Racey Runaround Sue 19 –Sheena Easton 9 To 5 (Morning Train). 20 –Kim Carnes Bette Davis Eyes
Iron Maiden at Palasport, Bologna, Italy 01. Purgatory 02. Wrathchild 03. Twilight Zone 04. Remember Tomorrow 05. Killers 06. Running Free 07. Murders In The Rue Morgue
Highlights from Le Mans 1981, capturing all the thrills, spills, and excitement of the event.
Johnny Cash: London 1981 documents the full performance of his rare UK show. He performs a number of songs with members of The Carter Family. The setlist includes classics like "I Walk the Line," "Ghost Riders in the Sky," and "Folsom Prison Blues"
Mintex International Rally 1981
A short film by Mike Mills.
Ahmad Jamal & Gary Burton - Live At Midem 1981
Assesses the contribution made by British avant-garde composer, Cornelius Cardew, to contemporary music. Includes interviews with Stockhausen and other composers, and extracts from Cardew's own works.
20 years of clips where one finds pleasure intact with titles such as Je marche seul, Elle a fait un bébé toute seule, Quand la musique est bonne, Là-bas, Je te donne, Comme toi, Pas toi, Au bout de mes rêves, Encore un matin...
Mike Oldfield Concert at Nottingham Thetre Royal on 9/8/1981. Song list: - Platinum (extract); - Tubular Bells part 1 (extract); - Tubular Bells part 2 (extract); - Mirage; - Ommadawn part 1.
Ozzy Osbourne at "After Hours" Studio, Rochester, NY, USA 1-I Don't Know ("After Hours" 4-28-1981). 2-Crazy Train ("After Hours" 4-28-1981). 3-Mr.Crowley ("After Hours" 4-28-1981). 4-Ozzy Interview ("After Hours" 4-28-1981). 5-Suicide Solution ("After Hours" 4-28-1981). 6-Two On The Town. 7-Entertainment Tonight (Early 1982). 8-The Rock Report. 9-MTV Best New Talent Award for Randy (March 1982).
Iron Maiden at Rolling Stone, Milan, Italy 1. Another Life 2. Killers 3. Innocent Exile 4. Running Free 5. Transylvania 6. Guitar Solos 7. Drifter
One of the defining elements of James Brown's career has always been his electrifying live shows and his performances at Montreux give ample evidence of this. This DVD focuses on his appearance at the 1981 festival and is undeniably one of his finest concerts with classic versions of "It's A Man's Man's Man's World", "Papa's Got A Brand New Bag", "I Got You (I Feel Good)" and "Sex Machine". As a bonus there are additional tracks from 1981 and 1995 included.
While this film may look rough and raw to 21st Century eyes, it is also the best representation of Iggy live during an otherwise pitifully undocumented era of his career. Fronting a crack band featuring Blondie drummer Clem Burke and future David Bowie guitarist Carlos Alomar, Pop is as unpredictable and dominant as ever (no small feat since he is sporting a mini skirt, garters and stockings for most of the show). Filmed on November 25 1981 near the end of their tour supporting his 1981 album Party, Iggy and co. are raw and ready for business. Iggy Pop Live 1981 provides a snapshot of a hungry artist at the top of his game in front of an adoring crowd.
Atop the tag team division in the WWE in 1981 stood a fiery youngster and his brother figure both of who had the looks and the brawn to bring fans to their feet all over the Northeast. They slammed Moondogs battled Samoans, and were high-flying champions full of excitement. Head back to 1981 with Rick Martel and enter the locker rooms walked by Vincent J. McMahon, Gorilla Monsoon, Capt Lou Albano and the legends of yesteryear. This may have been a simpler time in the business, but the lessons learned were hard and so was the road. Come into the venues of yesteryear and see who was getting over and who wasn't. This is the real deal...a time with no cable TV, no pay-per-view, and one hour of syndicated TV per week...and the arenas were packed.